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Poster: A/V Geek Skip Date: Mar 15, 2004 5:05am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Help ID'ing creators of film

I really love both those films and they are both made by the same company.

I've got them both and would love to post them online.

Alas, "All My Tommorrows" has a valid copyright.

Here's info about the film from the Library of Congress:

Registration Number: PA-49-172
Title: All my tomorrows / director, Ronald Floethe.
Imprint: Lawrence, Kan. : Centron Films, c1979.
Description: 1 film reel (17 min.) : sd., col. ; 16 mm. + 1 leader's guide (21 p.).
Series: Social problems
Note: Presented by Centron Films & Gordon-Kerckhoff Productions. Intended audience: teenage/young adult. Guide is for use with 6 films in series.CRED: Produced by Gordon-Kerckhoff Productions, Inc.; written by Louise Lee Floethe; cameraman: Ronald Floethe.
Claimant: Centron Corporation, Inc.
Created: 1979
Published: 9Apr79
Registered: 17Jul79
Author on © Application: Gordon-Kerckhoff Productions, Inc., employer for hire.

"The Day I Died" was also made by Gordon-Kerckhoff Productions and was made in 1977. I believe it's public domain.

When I get my telecine repaired and finish some of these other digitizing projects, I'll upload it.

Skip


This post was modified by AV Geek Skip on 2004-03-15 13:05:39

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Poster: cassieceleste Date: Mar 16, 2004 1:13am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Help ID'ing creators of film

Awesome! Thanks for everyone's help. And yeah, I'd love to see "The Day I Died" added into the archives here!

Wow, plugging Gordon-Kerckhoff into Google.. looks like they're STILL making educational films! ("Crack: Dead at 17" is a title from 1987)
Given how drastic the OLD titles were, I can only boggle in wonderment at what the NEW videos must be like... Got an address, too. Think they might be willing to 'donate' videos to the archives, even with copyrights in place?

Oop, one more thing: biography is here:
http://www.lib.usm.edu/~degrum/html/research/findaids/floethe.htm

This post was modified by cassieceleste on 2004-03-16 09:13:24

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Poster: floethe Date: Jul 28, 2004 1:31am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Help ID'ing creators of film

Hey, by chance I stumbled upon this post site. My father Ronald Floethe made those movies alongn with many more. He remade "The Day I Died" as well as created a sequel just a few months ago that will be distributed by AIMS Media soon. If you'd like to know more about getting copies of his films or possibly adding his films to an archive email me at afloethe@yahoo.com.